Heil Drum Dryer For Sale
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HEIL 8' x 24' Rotary Drum Dryer with the following components and features: -- Drum Drive -- (2) Trunnion Bases with (2) Wheels each -- 8' x 24' Single-pass drum with center-fill and shell flighting. This type single-pass is actually often rated for capacity greater than a triple-pass dryer. -- The Drum and Trunions were completely Rebuilt but never put back into service.
HEIL 80-24 Rotary Drum Dryer System:Complete with Burner Controls and Cyclone. The System includes the following components and features: -- HEIL 8'x24' Triple-Pass Drum. -- 10-12 MM BTU WEBB Style Biomass Burner. -- Burner & System Controls. -- Main Fan. -- Blowpipe & Cyclone.This type of system is commonly capable of drying up to (4) tons per hour sawdust or up to 60 - 65 yards per hour of molder shavings.
HEIL 80-24 Rotary Drum Dryer System complete with the following components and features: -- Burner Controls and Cyclone. -- HEIL 8'x24' Triple-Pass Drum. -- 12 MM BTU WEBB Biomass Burner. -- Main Fan with 75 HP Motor. -- Blowpipe, Cyclone and Cyclone Airlock. -- Fuel Feed Bin. -- 3-Deck, 6' x 6' Screen. -- NOTE: The burner has reportedly been used very little.This type of system is typically capable of drying up to (4) tons per hour sawdust or up to 60 - 65 yards per hour of molder shavings.
HEIL Drying System with 12 Ft. x 40 Ft. Triple-Pass Dryer complete with the following major components: -- HEIL 12'x40' 3-Pass Drum. -- Trunnion Bases with Wheels. -- Drum Drive. -- Main Dryer Fan. -- Approx. 30 MM BTU COEN wood dust Burner for heating the dryer. -- All the stacks. -- EFB, EFB Fan, EFB Generator.Emissions Control comprised of Electrified Filter Bed (EFB) Technology:An EFB uses electrostatic forces to attract particles, including fine dust and smoke particles, from flue gas streams to an electrically charged gravel bed. An EFB system has the following three sections: the Ionizer (corona charger), the filter bed, and the gravel cleaning and recirculation system. The particulate in the gas stream is negatively charged in the ionizing section. A fan forces the gas through the gravel filter bed where the gravel is positively charged by means of the embedded electrode. (See photo #10 for better understanding.)This dryer system was built in about 1983. It has been shut down for a while but it looks good overall and is in especially nice condition.